The expense of applying for citizenship through investment varies depending on the program, the size of the family, and the age of the children. Here are examples of some countries.
- Antigua and Barbuda: A contribution to the National Development Fund: starting at $100,000 for a single applicant and $125,000 for a family of four. An investment in an approved real estate project: starting at $200,000.
- Dominica: For the Economic Diversification Fund option, investors must make a minimum donation of $100,000 for a single applicant or $200,000 for a family of up to four members. For the real estate option, investors must make a minimum investment of $200,000 in a pre-approved real estate project.
- Grenada: The minimum investment required for citizenship by investment in Grenada is $150,000 for a donation to the NTF or $220,000 for an investment in an approved real estate project. The investment amount can vary depending on the specific project chosen.
- Saint Lucia: A non-refundable contribution to the National Economic Fund (NEF), starting at $100,000 for a single applicant. An investment in pre-approved real estate, starting at $300,000 for a single applicant. An investment in a pre-approved enterprise project, starting at $3.5 million for a single applicant.
- St. Kitts: Applicants must make a qualifying investment in either the Sustainable Growth Fund, with a minimum investment of $150,000 in Real Estate, of at least $200,000 and hold the property for a minimum of seven years, Private Homes, where the minimum investment per application is $400,000 or Public Benefit Option, a minimum investment per application of $175,000 in an Approved Public Benefit Investment.
- Jordan: Place a zero-interest bank deposit of 1 million USD at the Central Bank of Jordan for a minimum of three years, or Purchase treasury bonds valued at 1 million USD at an interest rate to be decided by the Central Bank of Jordan held for a minimum of six years; or a $1.5 million purchase of shares in a Jordan company, provided that the shares are not disposed of for at least three years; or $750,000 investment in projects outside of Amman, provided that 10 job opportunities are provided to Jordanians or 1 million investments if within the borders of Amman and provided 20 job opportunities.
- Turkey: Minimum investment in real estate investment of $400,000; or a Bank deposit of $500,000 in a Turkish bank and maintained for a minimum of three years; or a Contribution of $500,000 to government bonds; or a minimum capital investment of $500,000 into a real estate fund share or venture capital investment fund share.
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